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The most famous towers in the world


In every country there is at least one tower that will be a landmark of the city. And in some countries, such a tower becomes a symbol of the country.

Burj Khalifa, Dubai, UAE

Eiffel tower. France, Paris

The most visited and photographed landmark in the whole world. It was originally conceived as a temporary structure. Curiously, many contemporaries considered the tower a structure that spoils the appearance of the city and zealously advocated its demolition. And the designer of the Eiffel Tower, Gustave Eiffel, lived in an apartment equipped closer to the top of the tower.

Burj Khalifa. UAE, Dubai

An ultra-high skyscraper with a height of 828 meters. The tallest, most multi-storey, most fantastic building in the world, which provided Dubai with an influx of tourists for many years to come. By the way, you can learn more about the fantastic observation deck in the Burj Khalifa a skyscraper at an altitude of 585 meters

Big Ben. United Kingdom, London

Elizabeth Tower with the largest dial and time standard indicator. The height of the tower is 96 meters, inside there is a spiral staircase of 334 steps. The tower houses the famous Big Ben bell, which strikes every hour, and the sounds are transmitted on BBC radio.

The Leaning Tower of Pisa. Italy, Pisa

The tower gained its fame because of the tilt or "how the mistake played into the hand." In fact, the whole problem is the shrinkage of the soil. And if you want a traditional photo, as you carefully try to support it, then you should hurry up: every year the Leaning Tower of Pisa is leaning closer and closer to the ground.

Ostankino TV tower. Russia, Moscow

Ostankino TV Tower is a television and radio broadcasting tower with a height of 540 meters. For many years, the Ostankino Tower was the tallest flagpole in the world. At an altitude of 337 meters, there is a rotating observation deck and a restaurant "Seventh Heaven" with 3 floors.

Baiterek. Kazakhstan, Astana

The Baiterek Tower is a symbol of a new step in the history of Kazakhstan and the transfer of the capital of Kazakhstan to Astana, a landmark of the city. The tower is a monument symbolizing the unity of all religions. A giant glass ball raised on stilts, the ball changes color at different angles, but more often it seems golden.


March 19, 2024 02:54 pm



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Артемий Ермолов
December 15, 2022 12:12 am
but what about the Spasskaya Tower 🤥